International Bulk Journal

  • ID: 3109368
  • Journal
  • Region: Global
  • 100 Pages
  • Glenbuck Publishing Ltd
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The magazine for the maritime dry bulk industry for 35 years


  • ClassNK, Japan
  • HAROPA, France
  • Liebherr, Austria
  • Nemag, Netherlands
  • Port of Marseille, France
  • Siwertell, Sweden
  • MORE
International Bulk Journal has now been the magazine for the maritime dry bulk industry for 35 years. Dry bulk shipping, commodities, port, logistics and equipment issues are all reviewed in every issue of IBJ, which is distributed globally to the maritime bulk industry.

As the leading magazine for the maritime dry bulk industry IBJ includes regular Grain, Coal, Iron and Steel outlooks. The Bulker fleet is also tracked through the publication of ship building data, complimented by coverage of bulk ship repair and conversion trends.

A special editorial features programme covering commodities, technical and regional issues provides expert analysis and comment for IBJ’s influential readership.

IBJ's highly experienced and skilled UK based staff have decades of experience within the international shipping and freighting publishing business. They, along with a network of globally located freelance journalists and sales and marketing agents, create a magazine which has become essential reading in its sector.

lBJ has been established as the magazine for the maritime dry bulk industry’s leading executives worldwide since 1981. IBJ’s database has been maintained and extended so that over 6,000 copies of every issue are distributed to subscribers, leading dry cargo supply chain decision makers worldwide and visitors to major industry events.

IBJ is essential reading for executives within the maritime bulk industry. IBJ is published every two months and provides busy executives in bulk shipping and cargo handling companies worldwide, not only with a review of the most important news in their industry, but also regular in-depth features and articles on technical issues, commodity handling and geographical developments affecting their industry. Each issue also contains Grain, Coal and Iron and Steel outlooks as well as regular interviews and insight into this vital global industry.
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  • ClassNK, Japan
  • HAROPA, France
  • Liebherr, Austria
  • Nemag, Netherlands
  • Port of Marseille, France
  • Siwertell, Sweden
  • MORE
Each Issue Covers:

1. Cover Story
2. Ports & Logistics
3. Shipping
4. Commodities
5. Equipment
6. Features

Sample Table of Contents:

Merger to create world leader:
-NSL is to merge its subsidiary NSL Engineering Pte Ltd's RAM container spreader business with Salzgitter Maschinenbau AG's PEINER SMAG Lifting Technologies GmbH to form a leading global bulk cargo and container lifting device group

Shine bright like a bulk port:
-Phoenix is expanding its terminal lighting expertise to form Phoenix Terminal Solutions and teaming up with LASE for laser measurement systems

Responsible growth:
-The northern French port of Dunkirk has drawn up its strategic plan to 2018 and has posted impressive results for 2014

From grim to new hope:
- Global iron ore demand and India's coal requirements provided some relief for a bulk shipping market which saw overall earnings reduced in 2014 as declining deliveries brought signs of new hope

Cranes galore:
- With a record 112 units supplied to six continents last year and a healthy order book Liebherr has an optimistic outlook

Cascading success:
- Recent commissioning of equipment is helping to enhance UK-based Cleveland Cascades' reputation as a world leader in the design and manufacture of bespoke retractable loading chutes for the handling of dry bulk materials

Downturn hits the iron ore market:
- The price of iron ore fell by nearly 50 percent last year to below $70 a tonne and most analysts are expecting it to fall further due to a marked and sustained slowdown in China's economic growth

A clear road ahead:
- A solution to track-out and dust problems is being promoted by Swiss company FRUTIGER and their MobyDick products

Balancing growth and sustainability:
- Essar Steel's new integrated pellet complex will see the company become India's largest pellet producer
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- Abu Dhabi Ports Company, United Arab Emirates
- AXS Marine, France/Singapore
- Abu Dhabi Ports Company, United Arab Emirates
- Agrico Sales, United States of America
- Anvil Attachments, United States of America
- Berge Stahl, Berge Bulk, Bermuda
- Buttimer, Republic of Ireland
- Cargill Ocean Transportation, Switzerland
- ClassNK, Japan
- Cleveland Cascades, United Kingdom
- Cooper/Consolidated, United States of America
- Emarat Maritime, United Arab Emirates
- Essar Bulk Terminal, India
- Euro Docks, France
- Euroports, Belgium
- Fleet Management, Hong Kong
- GAC, United Arab Emirates
- GP Shipping, United Kingdom
- HAROPA, France
- Hamilton Port Authority, Canada
- IMGS, United Arab Emirates
- ISS Marine Academy, United Arab Emirates
- Inter Balt, Poland
- Island View Shipping, South Africa
- J Mueller, Germany
- Krishnapatnam Port, India
- Liebherr, Austria
- Mantsinen, Finland
- Martin Engineering, United States of America
- Multidocker, Sweden
- Nectar, United Kingdom
- Nemag, Netherlands
- Noble Chartering, Hong Kong
- OMC International, Australia
- Pacific Basin Shipping, Hong Kong
- Peel Ports and DBIS, United Kingdom
- Peel Ports, United Kingdom
- Phoenix Products and St James Stevedoring, United States of America
- Pickands Mather, United States of America
- Pola Uglich, Pola Maritime, Cyprus
- Port of Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Port of Ghent, Belgium
- Port of Hamburg, Germany
- Port of Kokkola, Finland
- Port of Marseille, France
- Precious Shipping, Thailand
- Ram Spreaders, Australia
- Seagull, Norway
- Senalia, France
- Shanghai Janus Grab Company, China
- Sider Vivara, Van Aalst Marine and Offshore, Netherlands
- Siwertell, Sweden
- Sohar Port and Free Zone, Sultanate of Oman
- Solent Stevedores, United Kingdom
- Soma Maru, MOL, Japan
- T. Parker Host, United States of America
- Telestack, United Kingdom
- Terex Port Solutions, Germany
- Tess 64 Aeroline, Tsuneishi Shipbuilding, Japan
- Univan, Hong Kong
- Verstegen, Netherlands
- Veson Nautical, United States of America
- Vollers, Belgium
- Winning Logistics, Singapore
- Yasheya, Hong Kong/Switzerland
- Zeeland Seaports, Netherlands

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